Early details and images of HP ‘Brave’ surface

Early details and images of HP ‘Brave’ surface


The first images and details for the upcoming Android-powered smartphone from HP have landed and darn it if we haven’t “seen” this design before. Called (for now) the HP “Brave”, the handset is purported to feature a 4.5-inch display (900×1600), a 2.4GHz quad-core Snapdragon processor, 15.4-megapixel rear camera, a 5-megapixel front-facing camera, and 2GB RAM.


Said to be running Android 4.2 Jelly Bean, the Brave would fall in line with today’upper tier of devices. That is of course, if the phone arrives in a timely manner.


Let’s just hope that HP doesn’t show up with a smartphone that looks so much the you-know-what. That’s all they need if they want to be taken seriously.

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  1. Quryous
    July 16, 16:43 Reply



    What, are you SUGGESTING, that they copied this from *Gasp!* SAMSUNG?

  2. WrlsFanatic
    July 17, 14:22 Reply

    Guys, the @HP Twitter feed specifically responded to my comments – and several other comments – about this not being a real render, which probably means it’s all bullshit.

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